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for the olympics back in 2001. >>> and how about a and moment for a pair of identical twins? they've experienced a lot of things together. but now it is motherhood. secure mitch will and secura white both delivered babies in columbia, south carolina. gave birth to caden mitchell. then an hour after that, slakira -- shakira had london boyd. and moments after that, her twin brother, who was landon. so one of the twins also had twins. >> wow. >> do you see what could be happening in your future, bernadette? >> they're not identical. i know where you're going. it's wild. congratulations to them. >> ,,,,,,,,,,,,
told you about the mother diagnosed with the flesh eating bacteria days after giving birth to twins. she's undergone 20 surgical procedures. this morning she'll open up about her recovery for the first time in an exclusive live interview. >>> the blame game in london. who pulled the plug on concert performance by music legend bruce springsteen and paul mccartney. you just don't do that. the story in a minute. >>> we begin with the return of the brutal heat. the weather channel's stephanie abrams in for al this morning. >> good morning. we'll talk more about the heat in just a minute. but first i want to take you into houston and talk more about the lightning strike that killed two during a soccer game and injured another. they were taking shelter under a tree, the absolute worst spot you can be because lightning will go to the highest point. one man died at the scene, a second taken to the hospital, a third treated for burns. >>> the temperatures, the plains, midwest all the way to the northeast, we will see the 90s. we will see the triple digit readings yet again, all thanks to a b
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about. it was amazing to us. it's a pair of twins that were ready to be born. and mom and dad, maybe not were ready for them yet. dragged their feet on the way to the hospital. twins born on two different highways in two different towns. is that possible? >> wow. >> take a look. newborns gavin and deklin anderson are twins. but you could say they're twins born worlds apart. or towns apart. when her water broke saturday, she and her husband, brian, hopped into the car on new york's long island. and started racing to the hospital. the mother, with this warning. >> you better go. i don't want to have the baby on the northern state parkway. >> reporter: to her credit, she didn't. she made it to the next highway. >> i was twisted behind the seat like this. >> reporter: shortly after pulling on the highway, anderson went into labor. >> it was hard to dial 911. >> reporter: with an ambulance sent by dispatchers, she delivered baby gavin, in massapequa, new york. with gavin, he was loaded in the ambulance. just moments later, the ambulance pulled over in east meadow, where baby deklin was bo
bay's lesser evil twin. published lesser known evil twin. then he had been released and was in tanzania or zanzibar. i went to meet him. >> can you trace for us his amazing odyssey from country to country and how this happened? >> well, it is difficult to piece together. we only know some of what happened. he is from zanzibar. he grew up in zanzibar. he was fond of fishing and good with boats. he ended up being a traitor going up and down the coast from zanzibar of the kenyan coast -- trader going up and down the coast from zanzibar to of the kenyan coast. he was abducted by a warlord who still lives in mogadishu. he is one of the most powerful people still in somalia. he has had various roles in somalian government. members of the cia, rendered him to sue secret prisons in afghanistan. and afghanistan, he was in a prison we think called the dark prison where prisoners are held in pitch black with music pumping 24 hours a day, very seriously abused with no access to lawyers. then it was taken to the salt pit, not much better. alternately, to bagram air force base whe
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double the cuteness in china. these baby twin pandas are so small, they can fit in the palm of your hand. one is still clasping its giant panda mother and has not been identified. the other is a confirmed male. conservationists have not yet named the pair. >> amazing something that large gives birth to something that teeny. >>> coming up, it's somewhat cloudy outside. so is there rain on the way? >> meteorologist tim williams has the update the weather forecast next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> welcome back. taking a look at die-hards on the driving range. they're hopefully staying hydrated. they're under a shaded tarp. so they're not such die-hards after all. but if you're going to be outside, doing anything. hopefully you're taking it easy as much as you can. it's definitely going to be a warm afternoon. and these temperatures stay with us right on through the foreseeable future. 88 is our normal high. 57 is the dew point. so the air is a little dryer than it has been at other times when we've had temperatures in the 80s and 90-degree range. we'll expect the humidity levels to go up here ove
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is liberal who has been mugged. my definition of liberal is a conservative who had twin daughters, you know. i do know not many men of the jen ration when they looked at their daughter who said they won't do anything except become a mom. the exec tastes were great back then. >> how did growing up catholic affect you who are now. >> i can tell you the nones were great on grammar. i can -- i don't know if you went to catholic schools. i did gram sentences are two paragraphs long going on forever. i noticed in general, i got to say, when i was at the daily news, i was a come limb nist with there bob whom some of you know is african-american and juan gonzalez and jimmy there. they were excited to managed to come up with a i do verse team of come lom nist they advertised us as rainbow coalition. they kept saying never before has there been so much diversity. we talked one day we all had gone to catholic schools. there's something there, i got tell you. >> do you feel that being a female cool column nist makes you different at all? >> years ago somebody from voig or one of the women's magazine ca
's in rehab, could go home as early as this week. days after giving birth to twins, lana kirkendall noticed a spot on the back of her leg. she thought it was a blood clot. but doctors noticed it was a flesh-eating bacteria. she had multiple surgeries. included removing most of the muscle tissue in her leg. despite it all, she can still walk and despite that, she said she's looking forward to her other challenge, raising her newborns, app gail and ian. >> i remembered the birth and i remembered coming home with them, and i remembered going to the hospital because i thought i had a blood clot. i don't remember much after that. >> kirkendall is a paramedic and her husband a firefighter. doctors say their training played a crucial role. they recognized early on she needed to go right to the hospital. doctors don't know how she contracted the bacteria. >>> the food & drug administration approved the first drug that prevents hiv from spending. it's called truvada. it can be given to patients who don't have hiv or aids but who are at a high risk of contracting the disease. those who take it daily
, a new mom with twins was in cretical condition with a flesh eating bacteria, but lawna kirkendoll has made incredible progress. she spoke to elizabeth cohen who joins us live. elizabeth, obviously, a happy day for this mother and her whole family. what did she tell you? >> she told us, poppy, that she is feeling great. she is so excited to go home. i got to interview her and i asked her, what was your lowest moments? she said there weren't many low moments although there were sometimes a few. >> sometimes i cried over, you know, the fact that i'm sick, sometimes i cry over missing the babies. sometimes i have cried over knowing that life will never be like, i guess, i had always thought it would be. but it will still be a good life. >> now, her doctors told us that her recovery, her full recovery won't be quick. it will be a matter of at least many months. poppy. >> do we have any sense of when she's going to g to go home? >> you know, they said soon. one of the doctors actually said tomorrow. so some time this week is probably the best estimation. >> you know, i had heard that it was
, two-story closet with a built-in -- hmm -- stripper pole. >> there's a twin dancing. >> reporter: her husband is 77-year-old billionaire david siegel. >> i don't believe in wasting money. >> reporter: the former beauty queen from binghamton, new york, has everything. almost. >> this is the temporary house. we're going to live here for a few years. >> reporter: consider this a starter mansion. >> now we're going to take a look into the largest home in america. >> reporter: welcome to versailles. at 90,000 square feet, it will be the largest house in america if completed. bigger than a 747 hangar, two full acres of interior space requiring segways to get around. >> two movie theaters. that's the observation deck. the bowling alley is downstairs. this is our sushi bar area. >> reporter: so in 2008, the queen of versailles and her husband, the founder of westgate resorts and so-called time share king, agreed to a film to document the building process. they offered the filmmaker full access into their home, their prickly marriage and belt tightening. >> the market fell over 700 points. >>
. >> totally. the crowd wasn't sure how to react there. >> it happen last night at the twins-tigers game. or on the fourth of july, i should say. yeah. welcome back. >> it's a tough song to sing. let's just say that. >> it is. >>> nancy reagan turns 91 today. the former first lady is taking on a familiar role this election year, as the first lady of the republican party. >> on thursday, mrs. reagan made her first public appearance since a fall left her with broken ribs in april. ♪ happy birthday to you >> reporter: it wasn't perhaps the kind of birthday greeting a 91-year-old might expect. but the reagan presidential ibrary hosting an exhibit from the walt disney archives, the worlds of politics and show business came together, much as they did in the reagan's own lives. mrs. reagan joined robert iger, chairman of the disney company, to open the exhibit. while nancy reagan rarely speaks in public these days, inside the republican party her voice can still be powerful and influential. in the 24 years since her husband left office, nancy reagan's endorsement has been sought by republican
. it happened last night at the twins/tigers game. it happened on the fourth of july i should say. yeah. welcome back. >> it's a tough song to sing. let's just say that. >>> nancy reagan turns 91 today. the former first lady is taking on a familiar role this election year as a first lady of the republican party. >> on thursday, as john blackstone reports, she made her first public appearance since a fall left her with broken ribs in april. >>> it wasn't perhaps the kind of birthday greeting a 91-year-old might expect. but the reagan presidential library hosting an exhibit from the walt disney archives the world of politics and show business came together much as they did in the reagans own lives. she joined robert iger of the walt disney company to open the exhibit. >> while nancy reagan rarely speaks in public inside the republican party, her voice can still be powerful and influential. >> in the 24 years since her husband left office nancy reagan's endorsement has been sought by republicans. successfully by mitt romney. and a new generation has now come calli
testimonial at a hearing last year from stacy ritter, the twin daughters are both cancer survivors. they're 4 years old, they're twins. they're 4 years old, both were diagnosed with leukemia. hanna and madeline faced stem cell transplants, chemotherapy and total body eradiation. yet over time stacy said, we ended up bankrupt even with full insurance coverage. today hanna and madeline are happy, healthy 13-year-olds. and according to stacy, quote, my children now have protections from insurance discrimination based on their pre-existing cancer condition. they will never have to feel rescissions of their insurance policy if they get sick. they can look forward to lower health insurance cost and preventive care. we passed the affordable care act for people like stacy, hanna and madeline, we passed it for some of the people we heard from today at an earlier meeting and, madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent to submit their statements for the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. pelosi: thank you. i urge my colleagues to think about them and to think about stacy and her childre
thee gave birth to twins. she will actually head home from the hospital very soon is, maybe as soon as tomorrow but she will have to continue physical therapy at home. she has undergone some 20 surgical procedures since diagnosed on may 11th. but no amputations. they caught it very early. >> thanks very much. >> hillary clinton tells cnn what she really thinks about mitt romney using her name in an ad attacking president obama. stand by for that. >>> and at 55 after the hour, a massive and destructive mud slide. and it's all caught on video. because we only do hotels. wow. i like that. nice no. laugh... awe uch ooh, yeah hmm nice huh book it! oh boy call me... this summer, we're finding you the perfect place - plus giving you up to $100 at hotels.com do you have any idea where you're going ? wherever the wind takes me. this is so off course. nature can surprise you sometimes... next time, you drive. next time, signal your turn. ...that's why we got a subaru. love wherever the road takes you. gives you a 50% annual bonus. and who doesn't want 50% more cash? ugh, the baby. huh! and th
twins. 45 minutes later it was all-clear. back into the game. bill: like a rifle shot, wasn't it? nolan ryan sat there like a frog on a rock. martha: he was under the eve there. bill: he did not move. new reports the white house extending a an invite to egypt's newly-elected president to the u.s. extremist islamic group, rather in control of a major american ally in the middle east. mohammed morsi taking oath of office after considered to be egypt's first free presidential election. this is close look at the muslim brotherhood ruling the country. they are egypt's oldest and largest islamic organization. one of their aims to be governed by islamic law or sharia law. the u.s. does not consider the muslim brotherhood a foreign terrorist organization. is president obama doing the right thing by inviting egypt's president here. kirsten powers, fox news contributor and tony sig, republican campaign consultant and national political correspondent for talk radio news service. good morning to both of you. where are you on this, kirsten? >> well, i don't think it is clear that he is actually been
heartland and soil of the united states of america. the twin towers, the pentagon. 2001, we had a spike in unemployment, and our economy went in the tank. between that time, though, i think americans should realize that we didn't have exactly everything we wanted in terms of job growth, but unemployment between 2002 and the middle of 2007 actually averaged between 4.5% unemployment and 6% unemployment. we weren't happy with that then, but wouldn't we love to have that level of unemployment now, rather than the 8-point % and the over -- 8.2% and the over 8% we've sustained for 40 straight weeks. americans need to remember, this doesn't have to be the case, the 8.2%. as late as october of 2007 the unemployment rate in this country was 4.4%. we can do that again, but we will not do it again with the failed policies that the president and his party have been imposing on our country during their entire stewardship. the senator from missouri mentioned 8% or higher and the effective rate is 11% if everybody that had left the job force came back in and tried to get a job. actually the unemploy
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a squeaking sounds with you at times? wd-40 quarterly results -- >> what time is it? >> if your twins had a swing in the backyard, wd-40. you don't have a backyard. that's why i said if. >> hinges. hinges on doors. just recently. you sneak around in the middle of the night. people are trying to sleep. >> pre-war building. >> i'm sneaking out to get here in the middle of the night. >> she had the music going and who knows what's going. >> i'm trying to defend you. >> oh, yeah, right. >> wd-40 quarterly results disappointed wall street. it said it was hurt by lower sales in its american segment. full year results will be at the lower end of its outlook blaming continued uncertainty in europe and oil prices. >> people buying fewer older cars or what? >> don't know what that was. alcoa was weird. we said it was earnings but it was a loss. pushed into a loss. >> better than expected. >> $2 million which is a zero loss because it's not even, doesn't equate to a per share loss. if you factor out items it was a six cent profit. $8 stock. >> comes the first day -- >> we have to make it significant
. and i am how much? i knew thep. >> steve: you come from a big family. >> my twin brother had the lap band procedure and down 60 pounds as well. this thing works. and i think the row in the morn you talked about it that is a big, big. step. and had the surge row in the morn home in thining and went to work full-time the next day. and i felt fine with it >> gretchin: will you be the same rex ryan that people have come to love or kind of go oopsie what will he say next. >> i want to be the one that wins. i did it for health reasons. i have been married 25 years and it was not like i am trying to slim down for other reasons. i do look better now. if you lose 100 pounds you look better. it was for health and low blood pressure and cholesteral and i am ready to attack the season. >> steve: i imagine you got high blood pressure when people say sanchez and tebow. officially markez will start. what point does he get the call from the coach. >> first two years we had more success on offense and we had blad smith who we lost to buffalo. and guy that invented the wild cat and brought the wild ca
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mean, he and his twin brother undergraduates of stanford, both graduated the same time at harvard law. he wins re-election in san antonio, which i think is the seventh or eighth city in the united states by something like 83% of the vote. i mean, this guy looks like the real thing. from everything i hear from people in texas, very, very highly regarded. i think the obama campaign made a really inspired choice here. >> well, the interesting thing though is they're certainly reaching out to latinos, as they always would in election. here's a president very popular with latino voters right now. nonetheless, his record is attackable, if you will. for one thing, he did not enact immigration reform as he promised. and he's been hit many times for the fact that he deported more latinos perhaps than any other president. does he have a problem potentially somewhere down the road and has to make up for that? >> well, i mean, he didn't enact immigration reform. why didn't he enact it? because the republicans blocked him. so latinos are pretty smart to say you're the guy that tried. the other par
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could be there in the twin cities but south of there it's just going to be down right steamy. st. louis for you 104 for the afternoon. in fact, st. louis, expect hundreds over the next several days into the weekend. the southwest we're starting to see a little bit more moisture creeping in on here. with that, we have the risk for showers and storms. phoenix, that will help keep the temperatures down just a bit there. finally in the northwest, this will be one of the quieter areas across the country. i think i take 70 in seal, sunshine there, richard, looking pretty good for the fourth of july there. >> that's warm for them in seattle as well as san francisco. we will take a 70 back east anytime. alex wallace, thank you is so much. >>> it could be slow going on the road the next few days. triple sashgs predicting this will be one of the most traveled fourth of july holidays in the last ten years with without 36 million drivers hitting the roads. aaa saying lower gas prices are one reason why. its fuel gauge report puts today's average at $3.34 a gallon. last month looking at this number
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